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    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks about the draft before the SMU forum on April 20, 2010.

    Remember this time a couple of years ago when ticket prices were announced for the Cowboys games at the new monstrosity that is now known as Couldn't-Sell-Naming-Rights-So-We-Just-Called-It-Cowboys Stadium? The prices were through the roof and it got a lot of folks around here up in arms about working class this and everyday man that.

    Well, it turned out those prices were for the most expensive, premium seats and when the rest of the seating chart was announced, it was found there were some reasonable tickets to be had.

    Well, the NFL has now released Super Bowl XLV ticket prices for February's game in Arlington (in Arlington being the key words there), and it appears the NFL actually isn't jacking up parking prices from the already steep rate at JonesMahal, but those ticket prices are another story.

    Now, you couldn't expect to be able to get a premium 50-yard-line seat for Super Sunday for $300, but upwards of $1,000? Well, that's what you'll have to pay, millionaires.

    I'm sure the rest of the ticket prices will be released later on, and I'd imagine the cheapest tickets will be available for around $300.

    Fans will soon be able to start getting information on parking spaces on the Internet but the approximately 25,000 passes won't actually go on sale until the beginning of December. Parking will run you $71 plus tax, while Cowboys Stadium charges $75 (tax included) for a regular Cowboys game. So yay, you win there, parkers!

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